Serving the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck

Organic-Green-Lawn-CareUnlike other companies, Organic Green Lawn Care, Inc. customizes lawn programs tailored to your lawn’s specific needs with a natural approach to keeping your lawn green and healthy. The regular additions of natural organic matter build and strengthen the soil. Conventional fertilizers only address plant nutrition and add un-needed elements to the soil. Conventional fertilizers actually damage the microbial population in the soil due to the high salt content in petroleum-based products.


Six-Step Lawn Fertilization Program

This is a six application per year lawn program which includes six visits to your property once every 6-8 weeks. These visits include custom organic fertilizations based on yearly soil samples taken. Also, weed controls are used on each visit to control the intrusive seasonal weeds. This program is also customized to fit whatever type of turf present in your yard. A cool season turf or a warm weather turf will require different fertilizers and weed controls.

Lawn Aeravation and Seeding

We do over 100,000 lbs of seeding on current lawns and new lawns every year. We specialize in all types of lawn seeding including Tall Fescue, Bermuda Grass, Centipede, etc. Our Aera-Vators are specialized machines that fluff and drill seed into the soil for the best results.

Lawn Renovation

We also start lawns from ground zero. Some properties require starting from scratch due to weeds or new construction. Our process will get a new lawn started and have you on your way to an established lawn.

Core Aeration

Some lawns need a little extra aerification due to non draining soils like clay, and soil compaction. This will help the roots breathe and move deeper into the soil for stronger results.


By using formulated dry organic compost as top dressing, that consist of chicken compost with biologically active and naturally digested minerals.

Ornamental Tree and Shrub Program

This is a program designed to provide insect control and proper fertility to all planted ornamentals on property. We treat ornamentals up to 30 ft tall for all insect problems on a yearly basis. We also provide a deep root liquid injection of organic fertilizers to provide the ornamentals with the needed nutrients for growth. USDA National Organic Program compliant – All natural organic sprays-safe for humans, pets and all beneficial insects.

Mulch Bed and Driveway Weed Control Program

Organic Green also has programs designed to combat pesky weeds in mulch and rock areas as well combating these weeds in all types of driveways.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Organic Green cut grass?

Our business is focused entirely on Turf Management, Weed Control, Bed and Driveway Weed Control, and Tree Shrub treatments. We will happily refer you to a grass cutting business in your area if needed.

Is it okay for my pets or family to be outdoors on the lawn after an application?

Our organic granular fertilizer is perfectly safe for people and animals alike. As soon as it is applied it is safe to walk on. Our selective herbicides that we use on yards to kill the weeds is not as friendly when first applied. We ask that you keep pets and children off of the lawn until the weed control has dried. Once it is dry then it is again perfectly fine to walk on. It usually dries in one to two hours.

What is the difference between inorganic and organic fertilizer?

Fertilizers are divided into organic fertilizers and inorganic fertilizers. Organic fertilizers are made up of organic matter from plants and/or animals. Inorganic fertilizers are made up of synthetic chemicals and/or minerals. Inorganic fertilizers (synthetics) release more nitrogen faster and are cheaper, but they run the possibility of burning the plant and often leach out of the soil quickly into water. Organic fertilizers not only feed the plant slower, but over time amend the soil and make it a much better place for grass to grow.

How often should I cut my grass? At what height?

The cutting height can be determined by the type of turf you have and the time of year. Normally fescue lawns can start being cut in March or April depending on the temps. The first cut of the year will help remove discoloration and tip burn from your turf. Mower heights should range from 3″ – 3.5″ during spring and fall months. Lawns can be cut as needed (every 5 – 10 days depending on temps and moisture levels) during these optimum growing periods. Moving into the hot and dry summer months fescue becomes much more delicate. It can be severely damaged by cutting too often and at incorrect heights. During the summer or stressful weather it is recommended to cut fescue at 4″ or higher. Only cut lawns as needed in the summer or not at all during extreme heat or drought. During hot summer months cutting too short can cause the plant to stress, making it more susceptible to fungus and other diseases. It is also very important to keep mower blades sharp throughout the year. Summer turf lawns (such as Bermuda, Zoysia, St. Augustine, and Centipede) can start being cut once they come out of winter dormancy. Optimum cutting heights range from 2″ – 3″, as needed, for these types of turf during there growing season. We are always happy to answer further questions.

What is Bermuda grass?

Common Bermuda grass is drought resistant and a very resilient type of turf. When mowed right and grown in the right conditions common Bermuda grass produces an easy and economical establishment of turf. Common Bermuda grass may be planted from either seed or sprigs and with intensive management will provide a high quality turf. Bermuda grass is also a major turf species for sports fields, parks, golf courses, and general utility turfs.

Many customers refer to it as “wiregrass” or “crabgrass” since it creeps along the ground and is very intrusive. Bermuda grass when correctly maintained by itself or mixed with a dominant fescue lawn can still have many benefits. It will only grow in sunny areas and thrives on warm weather with direct sunlight. If you have shade lines in your yard the Bermuda grass will not grow in shade. It is found in over 100 countries throughout the tropical and subtropical areas of the world. Common Bermuda grass, C. dactylon, naturalized throughout the warmer regions of the United States, was introduced into this country during the colonial period from Africa or India.

The biggest problem with Bermuda grass is it is ALMOST impossible to get rid of totally. If you have a neighbor with it in their yard it will creep. Killing it off with roundup only provides temporary relief because the root systems go so low that it will usually come back in a year or two. The options for controlling this type of turf vary from yard to yard and we will work with each customer individually to find the best solution.

I have a problem or what I think is a problem in my yard. What should I do?

If you have any questions, concerns or worries about anything unusual happening with your lawn PLEASE call us. If there is a problem it is in your best interest as well as ours to get this problem solved as quickly as possible. We like to be proactive in helping your lawn be the best it can be.

Contact Us

Local: 804-758-4585
Toll-Free: 1-800-435-2558
E-mail: oglcinc@yahoo.com